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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 9 May 1861

The Chronicle. Local Matters. CAVALRY COMPANY! .. ";.- ' t-..l.,i.r .... rpftKriyS Wh.k BB A MF.eriNa ferdw MrpoMo( X 'fttubbit".i' . I -.: i -, ,, .JPW jf Cavalry,' n wctM ; .atlne t ,v ... '" .',-.'-' Court House, St. , Clattevlllc, 1""' '"- .. bt o'clock, m. " : -: ' IKy" Al! Who ere In fsvor of maintaining ths Qortrn. nun sad viiitllesdnf UK honor ol lbs nag are requeaud !?rM'"',";: ' 1 ' " To' the ttmoii Men of Smith tp. U iVrffMhttlti W May, ai1o'alorit.t. M , for ihe the f of the Uorcrnor of Ohio, to any point In tha Staia. a wi'i ur nianiu nuiic prnwui. ( ICapt. Wallace's eompary ha been ufciarth 19th Regiment, V ; , ' BAAdvertiaeit would do well touoto, the farjt'lbtf tho CUHOMoLl hu the largest kireulMp of any pper in the county. , ifJ. - a 1 m ' L i , tu 5tiu nt to get any Letter or Bill liftman Envelope's, Uarda or Circular aeat Ijf f rkted, cill At the CjtRON(CL Job Of- MTWImbW took charge of the ChroN tctt,tt had bnt egH subscribers at Dillies' Bottouiu, HIt hu fow twe...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 9 May 1861

Belmont Chronicle. United States Circuit Court. Judge Leavitt's Charge to the Grand Jury. TREASON DEFINED, &c. Th April terra of the Uuited States Cir cuit Court for Oblo cominnnoed at Cinoin nati mi the SOth ult. Tho following i Judge Learitt'a chargo to the Grand Jury, in full, whioh will interest evory ono at this junc ture: A (irnA JumnOr the United Piston. you have come t"ether for thediat'liar-fo of tret knd ioititienf. Perhaps at mi poriiKl tinw the formation of our National uovern ment has the popular min.l burn more deep ly moved than at tho present. Thin w not the plaee or the otraiMou to review the uc cc.tsion of ovcntu by which the prtwnt posture of our National affairs has been brought about. It 1 enough now to rny, that inc last Dcoembor seven State of this Union have p.-iwd nrdinanoe of accession, in virtue of which they claim that they are remitted to their ordinal Kwereignty, and that the people are absolved from all their allegiance to the National Government, ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 16 May 1861

JErent Thursday JtlomtngA M li;wMuanlc If all Ilulldlnu, I hr dooM llMt of Court iloufttli TBBMWi - in U ewbeeriber, err tnfturn, (If paid within Ik year) i...ui... ft . -It not vU within OfcrVeaf-ti ' ..... a ' Cleool Sl, eece,ueMiIiaiite,......i. m ' t7"No pepO dlreonllnoed until all arrearages ere paid, xcert at the option of Ida publisher. Business Cards. A. 32. WELLS, Attorney at Law, MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL. CO. 0. ILL attend lo collecting and Mooring elaJma. D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, ST, CLAIRSVILLE, 0. ffrtCB opposite the Lewis Hones, and oyer Troll'. V7 8 Kara. fc7 O. S. HOLLOW AY, , . Attorney at Law, fLtSIUNtt. Bcl.Co. O. - LORENZO DANFORD, .1 TTORJYE YJMT,t IP, ST. CZjA.IRSVIL.IjX:. o. OFFICE ana door Sail of lha Court House. Ia7 COWEN & HOGE, Attorneys at Law, HT, CLAIIISVILL1C, O. fVFFICB opposite lha Lawla Houaa, and over Troll'. . v-- store, lei Dr. John Alexander, ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO. fAFFICB AND RESIDENCE 111 the Seminary rop- v- erty, wen ena 01 town. ' D...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 16 May 1861

ST.CLMKSTOLE: Tftfl rday Mrnlnr. NaT srAII eeeaaiuniralieits liitsiHfea' for Insertion In the at epea boeinese rrlatlitff to tke offiee, ehoald be Caroe.tele.tl Clairsrllle, Ohio. " -. Fin? of the free hiarT hope an 1 home ! By artea! hands to valor riven; , Thy stars have lit the welkin ilome And all tSy Iwwh Iwrn in heaven.' PoaCVM KhOAT f HAT TADAJtl SHBBr! Where breathes llie foe but fall lielore ns, With freedom' j soil lieliraili our fret. And Freedom's banner hlreaininir o'er us. Col. Maxsfield, Into Commandant at West Point, has been promotod to be a Brigadier-General, 17. S. Army. Tin country will be glad to learn tbaf .Major Anderson bas been promoted, to a colonelcy, a reward Justly duo to his services and not less to bis fidelity. It is said that Queen Victoria baa sunV into settled melancholy since the death oil her mother, and that it is feared she will not recover her mind. In consequence, drawing-rooms have been put off till the end of June. Ex-Oov. Gorman is to head...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 16 May 1861

The Chronicle. Local Matters. Departure of our Volunteers. Departure of our Volunteers. A GLORIOUS OVATION. Departure of our Volunteers. A GLORIOUS OVATION. They go off in Fine Spirits. ; ' Irltfut Askew returned from Columbus on Thursday morning last, with order for onr Volunteer Company to go ihto Camp An Bcrsohi at Lancaster, this State. The inarching orders were received by the gal laut "boys" with lusty' cheers, and the bal- noe of the day they were busily engaged in preparing for the march. In the af ternoon notices were posted on the streets inviting our citizens to meet at the Court House at 3 o'clock to bid them "God speed I" A stand was erected in the 'open air, at the East end of the Lewis House, before which jthe company was drawn up, and our citi sens gathered around, completely filling up the street ' 1 - THE ADDRESSES. Dr. Alexander called the audience to or der, and introduced Judge Kennon. The Judge delivered an earnest little war speech, and wound up by urging the ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 16 May 1861

Belmont Chronicle. France and the Southern Confederacy. Wj find in the Philadelphia Press an ar f inks on the Southern Confederacy, from the Opinion Nationale, a journal generally held to reflect the opinion of tho Trench (.ovorn mcnt. It doc nt holil out much encour acoinent to tho Southern Commissioners who have gone abroad to secure n acknowl edgment of Southorn Independence. Be fore discussing the commercial advantages flnnwl hv tho Southern Confederacy, the Opinion Nationalo says : France should in ujuire by what title tho "slavitos" can claim their iiidoponilciicoaa a nation. It is nrguca that nethingcan bo rightfully iloneby France, by way of such reenpnitinn, till the indepen dence of tho acceding State has biwn ac knowledged by the majority of tho Uuited States. To comply with tho demand from tho South, it is said, would bo dangerous as a precedent, "for it would bo giving encour agement to rebellious and discontented mi. norities henceforward to consider themselves as hold...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 23 May 1861

PUBLISHED Etery Thursday Morning, ;:0. L. POORMAN. , OITTOMftNonic Iff nit Itu-lAlna, .few door UlaMt of CUiuri Uoum. tlnflt ubtrrihar, pvr annum, (if paid within the jr $ 00 If not paid within thn yrar .... a mi Club of Six, each, (paid in advance,) 1 H6 ONo paper fllacoiitlnuftd until all arrearages are paid, xcepi at'itii) option of the pulillt-hftr. Business Cards. r a., i :. WELLS, Attorney at Law, MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL. CO. O. LT attend to collecting and securing claim. le? D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, ST. CLAIRSvIlLE, O. OFFICE opposite tht Lewis House, and over Troll's Stora. fe7 O. S. HOLLOW AY, .A-ttoriiey at Law, IXVSUINO, Ilel.Co. O. LORENZO DANFORD, f TTORJYE YJiT L.l If, ST. CLAIU8V1LLM, O. FFICE one door East of the Court House. fe7 COWEN & HOGE, -A-ttorneys at Law, ST. CtiA.IRSVIL.LE3, O. OFFICE opposite the Lewis House, and oyer Troll's store. (is? Dr. John Alexander, ST. CLAIIWVILLK, OHIO. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE iu the Seminary prop erty, Weal end ol town. fe7 ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 23 May 1861

1 ST.CLAIRSVILLE; Thursday Morning, May 33. ,AB eemrnnnicatiene Intended tor insertion In the paper, or po he.in.. relating ' lb office, should tic MMrse4.ul1iiioiH Chronicle, 81. Clairstriu, Ohta." Fler of Ui' free heart' . hope n:hI home! Ity snye! linmN to vetnr tftveti: Thyfslsrs have lit tli welkin iltHiti And all thy hueswire horn in hwn. I'ntKvu ruiAT Tint mDAltt surer! Where breathes tlir foe tint litlls t.i-fnro us, Vrih- l-YcetUaii'ssoil beneHlli our fool. Aud r'weuom's banner slri-nmiiiir o'er u. Hon. 8.T. Woiu kstku, of Norwulk, has been nominutud to fill Mr. Sherman's Beat i in Congress. Hon. Aaron Harlan, of Xonia, lias Leon nominated to fill Gov. Corwin'a scat. i n Ovt'iNO, perliajta, to thu total fuiluro of the crops in Kansas, and, consequently, the destitute condition hi the peoiilo ol tlnit he roie hut unhappy State, the Vrcnidotit did not include it in the cull for volunteers to put down the great Cotton llohullion. The Gov ernor and people, howevor, nrti tutting...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 23 May 1861

The Chronicle. The Largest Circulation of any paper published in Belmont County. Local Matters. - feSuTeacliors' " Examination, Saturday, May Ei, at the usual placet ' iet t tw i Ml-We puLliuh Gen. Butler's speech to day. We'll bet a big applo Ileuton never does. tO-Tho Joflersonian inya the 'Guernsey County conipnny lias enlisted fur three years Service. fB.Capt. AVallaoe'a com puny baa been transferred from Camp Jackson to Camp Ooddard, at Zanesville. Persons writing to their friends in this company will take no tice, aud govern themselves accordingly. Thk CiinoNtcLK to "Brlmont." This Week closes our interesting "Letters from Columbus," and we take this occasion to return our thanks and the thanks of our readers to our correspondent for hia favors. Hia letters have always been welcome to our columns, and have been appreciated by our readers. -Southern Mail Change or Time. -We learn at the Post Office that the mail for Woodsficld, And all intermediate offices, will hereafter leave...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 23 May 1861

Belmont Chronicle. THE UNION IN MARYLAND! SPEECH of HON. REVERDY JOHNSON. [Correspondence of the Baltimore American.] FREDERICK, Md., May 7, 1861. incliidiiiu tho Hii-nale Guard, a body of about three hundred rospoctablo citizens, principally aired an 1 middle aired men, or- ganizeil tor tlio purposu 01 nimiu protection The city woto to-day an appearance of uti woutud animation, induced by the announce ment that the Hon. Hcverdy Johnson would address tho Homo Guard upon the occasion of the presentation to them of a National Vmr trmii thrt Indie of Frederick. Tho population of the citv was swelled by the addition of upwards of 2.IKXI persons, who poured in from the surrounding towns and villages, sometiiooin lengthy cavalcades of horsos and vehicles, and ngain in compa nies ol tens hii'1 titties. ITninn iiwlm.li' mid biidrreswere disiiluvoi in profusion upon tin coats of iubiliitit I'liiou men. iiiiinbers of whom were decidedly am bitious in their ideas of patriotic personal adornmen...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 30 May 1861

, PUBLlBUJD - JEtery Thunday Morning f O.LrPOORMAN, ttrfriCTC-Mnwnlc Hull lluUdlns m Aw door Annst of C Jonrt lluu Untla atuWrlbtf. awl annum, f if Mid within tha 7 ye.r '.. II Not puid within Uta year." ... 4.. Ou Club of gig, eaoli, (paid in advance,) 1 . HIT-No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, fcxeept at lite option of the publisher. Business Cards. - A.. K. WELLS, ' Attorney at Law, MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL. CO. 0. lt.fi attend to collecting aud securing claim. 17 " D. D. T. COWEN, " " Attorney at Law, . ST. CLAIRSVILLE, 0. " PPlCaS opposite lha Lewis House, and over Troll' more, , ict O. S. HOLLOWAY, Attorney at Law, FLVSIIIIVG, Bel. Co. O. r.7 LORENZO DANFORD, ; . TTOJRJTJE T .f T Xf IP, ST. CLAIUSVILLK, O. OFFICE one door East of die Conn Homo. ,COWEN&HOGE, ' Attorneys at. Law, . ST. CLAIHSVILLE, O. OFFICE opposite the Lewti House, and over Troll's lore. ' fe7 Dr. John Alexander, ST. CLAIUSVILLK, OHIO. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE III lh Seminary prop erly, Weil end o...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 30 May 1861

ST. CLAIRSVILLE; TAili'sJiiy Mornlns, Slay 80. ."All eomm'inicatio-iB lute latod t"t lmriton In the paper, of upon huiiie rrlnliit( to tho office, thould be eaWreaeed "Htliuonl Chroulele. 81. Clairaellle, Oldo." iai-M(' 4 . r (a. Flay o( the ffo !i-'irt' Itor-e 'd hone! Hy Bl-,'i"l lint-l" Tit Yntnr eiri-'i: Thy iar tiae.; in clip welkin tloiua Ainlali lit) liiii'.wi-r. turn in h -avrn. F.ntKIHB rUUT THAT HMNllAlin (tHKtr! Whra brewine. lli foe lull lull Iw-inre ua, Vhi Freeilmn imii! he-e-aili our fei-l. AiU r-'reeilin'ia'iiieriw.raini;i, o'er na. And iMr hip i in make llti. 11 wnr nf opon aeelioinliin Itiey lira. innve,.on'l 'mv Ttieref'r'i va sat I-llp-M., wilii trie hi ut iK'in: uprm lii lip. ha for week been liiaiiyitri-.linf ami lie. no' plim .''! Ill eotm try into a bloiily irairiji.lil eur,lt,a unl-iiil nii.erte. a-nl horror nf wtiit-ti no miti k.iu.v. e-id ull fur mrc paril Mn pjriionr. ' o Thie mov.nn it nM.i iftiln m-'On rliitmlnn. I.el BTery true lover of lit ,-ni'itry. ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 30 May 1861

Th Largest Circulation of any papor published in Belmont County. X-Oc al mlSla ttors. Wft-MlUfAKT, Ilof W Mill hv on hand i lew copiea'of Hardee'. Tactic and the Volunteer' Manual. - . ..... r..r'. i In ,m , ... ?.The lost number of the Uarnosville Intelligencer announced that it ' would be sutipcnded afkor this week. " -fi . ' i a. ' euThe Wheeling Union haa gone into atate of "suspended animation. " Qiim.' If secession paper cannot live in Wheeling, how caa one of the same stripe live here 7. -We call the attention of fanners to the advertisement of Mr. Clark, in another column.. . An acquaintance with Sir. Clark warrants us in saying that our friends will find him a correct man to deal with. CTHif WB ean IntlhfnllT uy we ham lilt largrM li.l W MiHaorlbara of any pnpor published la Uie county. We-would a little $ooner tako your oath than your word, and, if your liat, as sworn to to get the printing of the laws, was cor rect, the above is not true IQ&kCapt Charlesworth has rece...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 30 May 1861

Belmont Chronicle. W learn with great pleasure that Col. Asboth is eiiHttg'! in this city iu organizing bripade lor the war. Col. 1. Utowy'i Onribultli Guards, one of tho best corps, yet enlisted hero, if to form a part of it Col. Abotli greatly distinfrui.ihcd himxclf in the Hungarian war of independence, whore he remlored the most important services M a niilitarv engineer, and had ureat CXtKirience in ont-po.Ht fighting and Bulge operations. As Kossuth said in a letter testifying to Aft both's part in that most memorable war : ituoutanv nrovvmis nmnurationa he sno- oceded mono night in building a bridge serous the nver Urnn, which, led our nriny ot 4D, 000 men to tho glnriou battlu of Saey Sarlo. which humbled Anstria to tho dust, and drore it from doopair into tho iirms of the Russian Uxar." This, we may add, is only one of many auliievciiiuMsin which Col. As both had a conspicuous share. "The hriKado which h" is organising, will Vw annoitil v intiiiided for OUtnost Hid bioncer d...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 6 June 1861

R'M.TSIIKD iltern Thursday tllotttiHg;, HV 0. L. P00RMAN. bl'IC'W-IMunlc HhII JliilMlna. I i'uw uuurn lUtmt of CJourt liuuiu. , , , .( . 5 1 tit;) o miltwrilirr, prr aiinuiu, (if mid wiltifn tho ft 0" tl not pmrt within the yrr if (K) luuof Hn, tuieti, (piutl .iinilvanc,)- 1 6 U i'rtlii!ConUtiuert unltl nil nrrearagei nro piUU, tvnpt ni Hi opiiiitt of tint Mihli1ir. Business Cards. Attorney at Law, MARTIN'S FKltUY, BEL. CO. O. TlM nltem. to colluding anil aucurlng claims. D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, ST. CLAIltSVILLE, O. W ITIOK iHcitu the I.ewU llouae, and over Troll v iMuru. iv O. S. HOLLOW AY, -Attorney at Law, riAsiuxu, mi. to. o. fe7 LORENZO DANFORD, f TTOlf.VUl .IT Ji.I II, NT. CtiAIHHVlLLK, O. OFFICII oil. door Ku.l of Ilia Court House. Ie7 COWEN & HOGE, .Attorneys at Law, NT. CLAUWVILLK, . f "Vt't'lCB opposite lb. Lewis House, .lid over Troll 's J store, fc? Dr. John Alexander, MX. OtiA.IItHVIt.I-.12, OHIO. OFFICII AND UKSIIir.NCK initio rteininury .r..p erly, Weil o...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 6 June 1861

fc fBTjtouick st. clairsville! Thurlny Mornltifr, June 6. AII coinmuuirniion Intended lot Insertion in the paper, or upon buaincsr minting lo tltc office, should lie atMressed Jtel'nonl Chrotdrle. Hi. Clnirsville, Ohio." Finn of th five h'-nl liftjw nnd horn! My u it .rt' I lunula to vulor kivoh; Thy Har litivi In th vn-tkin iwimn A ml nil thy ) wi-r horn tti hfnvcn. FoKKYEB NMT THAT Hf hUA Mil HMKKr! Wlief trHO'u -- tint lull lii'luro u, Willi l-'rwdoMi' Inmh'kiIi ourtVt-t. A tit I fr'rreuoia iHiiiif-rHiHiiiitiK oVr us. DEATH OF SENATOR DOUGLAS. DEATH OF SENATOR DOUGLAS. [From the Pittsburgh Gazette, of Tuesday morning.] 'The telegraph yerttiiriliiy tunriiiiiK broimlit tlio intelliifunne of tho lentli nt'tlio Hon, Mtephen A. DdiikI.'H, who expired at about nine o'clock yesterday iiiurniujr, at Li ruxi dunce ot Chiuapn. Tlio evont, although ex pected fur Hevoral dnyn past, ciihkm! a deep imprcwinn upon the public mind, (iiri'uw men have tilled n larger yhwis in the Htirring his tory...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 6 June 1861

TboLargost Circulation of any paper published in Boluiont County. Ijooal !Nf uttero. DEPARTURE OF CAPTAIN CHARLES. DEPARTURE OF CAPTAIN CHARLES. WORTH'S COMPANY. DEPARTURE OF CAPTAIN CHARLES. WORTH'S COMPANY. THEY ARE PRESENTED WITH A SPLENDID FLAG. The Leave Takings. It was generally known throughout tlio surrounding ountry, on Suturduy, that Cupt. Charlesworth' s company of three yonrs volunteers had received ordonj to report themselves at Camp Jackson for duty, and that they would leave on Monday. Conse quently, on Monday morning the people com menced pouring into town from all quarters. The crowd was considerably larger than that which saw Capt. Tollman's company off. NEW RECRUITS. On Sunday Mr. Win. Askow brought to town sixteen newjecruits for this company from Kirk wood Township. They were hardy hnd intelligent looking men, und, like all the balance of tho company, will make good sol diers. They canio into town with tho stir ring notes of the fifo and drum, which, on a quiet ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 6 June 1861

Belmont Chronicle. Belmont Chronicle. Capture of Secession Cannon--A Raid on Sistersville. Alxmt two o'rliH-k yestonliiv innrninp; tlio 'Wre-1 noil" of Sitriirsville, wns "invn tlod," nml two rillcil cannon hclnnpinfr to tho iwccwioiii.itii woro eaitun'J nnd drought mi to this city. Tho wny of it wiw tliw: Mr. J. 1. HiiffK) ttnai Union man, lind tiecn float i.ig around in that country for liomc limo. and having his cyon open lias seen a pood tnany thing, and heard a good dual ol talk that did not xuit liini. Ho discovered that tho secessionists had two rilled cannon and a lot of muskets cnnswalod there. 1 lo came up to this city and informed Maj. akos of tliu f:ict, and iniphireil that a small force oo sent down to capture them. The Major iirecd with t'apts. l'laiike and (iaz.itni, now re cruitiiiK here, that a piHlion of their re Kimetivo command:) should be detailed lor lliu purpose. Aiwimlinjfiy, tho steamer Kuniee was chartered, aud alxitit fifty aimed men, besides the ollieers ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 13 June 1861

gclmoiit Cluonitlc. PtIIlMHIlF.O liver V Thwrnday Morning, BY 0. L. P00RMAN. OKKICW-Mnieonlc llnll Ilulldlnit, tt few door MrtHt o I Court llouwe. Sintfla mtxirrilicr, pr annum, (If pniJ within lite yean It unt imirt within the yenr Club uf fix, eiuli, (pnnl in uiWiiuoe,) 1 Ml J (XI 1 . HT No paper (Huroiiiiiiued until )l umriige are paid, tieept at the opttwi of the publisher. KstubliHlied in 1813. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, JUNK 13, 18G1. New Series--Vol. 1, No. 10. Business Cards. A . 35. "SVISLLS, Attorney at Law, MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL. CO. O. If. I. attend to collecling and securing claims. lei D. D, T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, ST. CLAIRSVILLE, O. OT-TIOK ftppodle the Lewi House, Siure. md over TrrH' iu7 O. S. HOLLOW AY, .A-ttorney nt Law, FIXSIIIXG, llel.to. O. .LORENZO DANFORD, ,lTTORJVF,' .IT 11V, ST. CLAIltSVlLIiK, O. OFFICE oiw dour I 'Jul of the Court House. fc7 COWEN & HOGE, .Attorneys at Law, ST. CLAillSVlLLE, O. OFFICE opposite lh Uwll House, and ovor Troll', lore. Dr. Jo...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 13 June 1861

ST.CLAIWILLE: Tbumdajr Morning, June 13. .AH torn mimcallnu. lut'ii.lrd (or Inirrtion In the papar, or upon hupineaa relating to the office, iIkiuM hr mMnmti " Hctmimt Chronicle. Mu Clirtlll, Ohio." Flat: of lh free limn', hnpa and home! Hjr nnre hanil In vulor 'iveu; Thy Mar, hsv III Mm Wflklii tloinn AimI all thy biw wire bom lit h(ravin. Foaavaa ruiAT that bta.vdako autKi! Wtirre brfnlhctt Dip foo but (ulU befora ua, With KrptMlnfn'ii ami lipitrnitt nnr t'ttrt. And i'rvuiloiu'a laiinuriiirniiitiiiif u'er ua. "Oca brave young Democrat iinj Bell men oonstituto tlirco fourths of tlio vol 1111 toers who have respondod to tho cull to pro tect the banner of their fiithcm." "Wo are glad tlio Monroo boys and ours re in tho snmo regiment. Like ours, they are nearly all Democrat. ' ' "The one hundred und eleven men com posing it, (Cupt. Clmrleswoitli'H (Vmipiuiy) are all Democrats and Bell men, with pur haps lows than half a dozen exceptions. ' The above we clip from tho last numbers of th...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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